Ranked #3030


Alternative Titles

Japanese: あまつき


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2008 to Jun 28, 2008
Premiered: Spring 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Frontier Works
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.071 (scored by 18,638 users)
Ranked: #30302
Popularity: #1137
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Tokidoki is a Japanese high school student who, when he fails his history class, is sent to a high-tech history museum that virtually recreates the Edo period to do make-up work. However, what was supposed to be a simple school project becomes much more complicated when he's attacked by two supernatural beings known as "the nue" and "the yakou" and loses the vision in his left eye. After he's saved from the nue by a girl named Kuchiha, he realizes that he's no longer wearing the simulation goggles, and is trapped in the virtual Edo.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Rikugou, Tokidoki
Rikugou, Tokidoki
Fukuyama, Jun
Fukuyama, Jun
Shinonome, Kon
Shinonome, Kon
Yusa, Kouji
Yusa, Kouji
Park, Romi
Park, Romi
Suwabe, Junichi
Suwabe, Junichi


Furuhashi, Kazuhiro
Furuhashi, Kazuhiro
Director, Script
Iida, Satoki
Iida, Satoki
Sound Director
Ogura, Hirofumi
Ogura, Hirofumi
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yoshida, Shunji
Yoshida, Shunji
Episode Director

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Opening Theme

"Casting Dice" by Yuuki Kanno

Ending Theme

"Namae no Nai Michi (名まえのない道)" by Kaori Hikita

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Sep 23, 2008
I'll start by telling you that the manga this thirteen-episode series is based on, has been running for over three years now. From this alone, you can deduce that it's too short, and doesn't end properly. That's very true, and these thirteen episodes seem like an introduction arc to something much more grand. But despite being too short, it showed so much potential that I'm gonna read the manga. And hope for a second season.

Read the sumamry, and you'll have the basic premise of this show. Rikugou Tokidoki gets trapped in an alternate world, where demons and the like isn't an unsual thing. After getting read more
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Aug 22, 2008
Amatsuki is an interesting show. It has all the elements that should make it great - interesting show mythology, intriguing moral dilemmas, some interesting and cool characters, an interesting and unique setting, and some supernatural stuff at play. The first couple episodes really draw you in a promise a good story. What the show gives falls somewhat short of that. Throughout the show, all manner of hints are teased out about what the large plot of the story is and where it is going, who the characters are and why they are important and all that manner of thing. However, while the show builds up read more
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Aug 11, 2008
Story (7.0) - For me, the story is a decent one. In my opinion, the story started very well in the first episodes, but as the anime came close to the end, it started to look a little confusing, with some episodes with almost no advance in the storyline.
The last episode was not bad, but could also have been better.
The story itself has some interest, also has some action, but there are some flaws like slow progress, confusing aspects,...
Interesting, but no more than a 7 here.

Art (6.3) - in a short sentence: Not impressive! Design and animations doesnt look that good as they should, read more
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Aug 7, 2008
The first two episodes caught my attention a decent bit, but after that it slowly died down. Episode 7 was the peak of the series where a decent cliffhanger was left and we finally got some action, but that slowly whittled away with episodes 8, 9, and 10 failing to advance the story. Only in the final episode, 13, do we begin to understand the purpose and direction of this series...a bit late don't you think? Nevertheless, the final episode shot up the story rating for me since it opens up the possibility of a second season where the story will hopefully read more
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